@jason123santa @ecliptik RPI2 (armv7) Not really sure exactly what this means:"There are still a fair number of things to do on each of these boards, however OpenBSD is generally considered to be usable on them. The platform is now self hosting, however there is no SMP support."!
No SMP support (specially when the RPI2 has 4× Cortex-A7 900 MHz)!
@jason123santa @braunne @ecliptik Linux is a kind of massive piece of code. Really difficult to understand unless you get really into reading the kernel's code. And it's huge, so good luck. It has a lot of unnecessary features. It's very popular and you'll find information about it easily.
While the BSD kernel is much cleaner, legible and efficient kernel. *BSD is a cohesive OS while GNU/Linux distributions are massive pieces of software put together.
I challenge myself when working on OpenBSD (as a hobby, not professionally) to only use the official sources and on-system documentation first before hitting up duckduckgo and the results are good.
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